Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapist speaking with a patient in a wheelchair
Joy Anderson, former chair of the occupational therapy department at Eastern Kentucky University, said to me years ago “Once an OT, always and OT”. She was right.
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Occupational Therapist speaking with a patient in a wheelchair
Take a minute to think about upper extremity dysfunction. How would your life suddenly change if you lost the use of your hands? What if you had a condition, such as arthritis where you gradually had less use of your hands? Hands play a vital role in our well being because of their dexterity and...
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Occupational Therapist speaking with a patient in a wheelchair
Occupational therapy (OT) attracts individuals that possess natural leadership potential demonstrated in their daily roles, habits and engagement with others. Regardless of the setting, occupational therapists are optimizers, bringing leadership skills to life through their interactions, structuring of the environment and commitment to helping individuals participate in daily life. Such is the case in my...
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